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Petty Officer 2nd Class Adam Shaw, aboard a Coast Guard MH-65C Dolphin helicopter from Air Station Detroit, searches Lake Erie for a missing man July 28, 2016. Giusseppe Reinhart's empty vessel washed ashore in Hamburg, New York, July 26, prompting an international search for him. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class William Lawson) Pending any new developments, the Coast Guard plans to end its search at sunset July 28, 2016 for Giu...
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BOSTON – The U.S. Coast Guard Barque Eagle is scheduled to arrive and moor at the Cruise Terminal on 10 Blaney Street, in Salem on Friday, July 29, as part of the 2016 cadet summer training deployment. Barque Eagle will be open for free public tours on the following dates and times: Friday, July 29 from 1 to 7 p.m. Saturday, July 30 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 31 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The summer 2016 deployment will span five months ...
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NEW ORLEANS – The Coast Guard and Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries are responding to a crude oil discharge near Southwest Pass, Thursday. An estimated maximum potential of 840 gallons of crude oil reportedly discharged from a flowline, owned by Texas Petroleum Management, into a marsh. The flowline is reportedly secured. Oil Mop, an oil spill response organization, has placed containment boom to prevent further impact to the area. T...
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Giusseppe Reinhart, a 37-year-old fisherman from Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, went missing while fishing alone in Lake Erie July 26, 2016. The U.S. Coast Guard, local agencies and Canadian partners are searching for him. (Photo courtesy of the Reinhart family) BUFFALO – The Coast Guard continues searching for a man who went missing in Lake Erie Tuesday. Missing is 37-year-old Giusseppe Reinhart from Niagara Falls, Ontario. By 7 a.m...
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USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) returned to Norfolk Naval Station following the successful completion of the 2015 planned incremental availability (PIA) period at Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, Virginia.
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"THE NATIONAL HALL OF FAME FOR THE US ARMED FORCES"
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The United States Military Hall of Fame is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. It was founded for the sole purpose of preserving the honor, integrity, sacrifice, and accomplishments of those who have dedicated themselves to the United States of America. It is dedicated to showing the world the lengths that our military men and women will go to in order to protect our core belief, freedom. We here at the United States Military Hall of Fame are dedicated to making sure that every man, woman, and child know the names, faces, and stories of those who dedicate their lives to their fellow citizens, country, and brothers in arms.

 

Here at the United States Military Hall of Fame we do not focus on any one branch of the military. This is because all branches work together, as a cohesive unit, to protect this great nation. We have inductees, no scratch that, we have heroes from all branches of the military who are more than deserving of being honored.

 

It is our job here at the Hall of Fame to make sure that all those who have made great sacrifices withstand the sands of time. It is important that 30 years from now children are just as familiar with revolutionary war figures, as they are with who the greatest quarterback of all time is. It is important that we as a people are just as familiar with the soldier who pulled his companions from a burning vehicle as we are with who the nation’s leading rusher is.

 

By establishing this hall of fame not only are we recognizing these individuals for their sacrifice, we are also preserving the history of this great nation. The United States of America was built on the forethought, perseverance, and sacrifice by our forefathers. The United States of America remains free, to this day, because of the sacrifice and perseverance of our men and women in the armed forces.

 

It is time for us, as American citizens, to do our duty, and let these men and women know their sacrifice is not in vain. It is time we show them that we will do our best to ease the pain of that sacrifice, to support them when they have not the strength to support themselves, to cheer for them in their victories, cry for them in their losses, but most of all it is up to us to make sure that our heroes know come what may, come what might, you will never be forgotten. For there is no greater enemy to a hero than that of time. We here at the United States Military Hall of Fame will show our troops our resolve in the fight against time, will you?